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Unit 1 Vocab. Synonyms & Antonyms

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eviction
S: eject, remove, dispossess
provincial
S: rural, small-town, rustic
A: metropolitan
evince
S: express, show, convey
conducive
S: accessory, helpful, leading
induce
S: actuate, prompt, incite
A: dissuade
deduce
S: conclude, reason, gather
protracted
S: continue, lengthen, continuous
A: curtail
intractable
S: perverse, headstrong, dogged
A: flexible
retract
S: to withdraw, to revoke, draw back
petulant
S: irritable, peevish, fretful
impetuous
S: eager, headlong, unrestrained
A: planned
impetus
S: stimulation, spur, boost
frangible
S: fragile, frail, delicate
A: infrangible, sturdy
infraction
S: transgression, breaking, crime
infringe
S: break, disobey, transgress
excise
S: customs, duty, import tax
incisive
S: acid, penetrating, sardonic
concise
S: pithy, compendious, laconic
A: expansive
tome
S: publication, classic, writing
epitome
S: embodiment, exemplification, model
dichotomy
S: split, separation, difference
anatomy
S: investigation, examination, composition
compunction
S: shame, remorse, reluctance
punctilious
S: precise, demanding; careful
A: careless
pungent
S: hot, peppery, piquant